Art, music, film, books, talks, beer, wine, food. A changing programme of late-night events on the first Thursday of the month.
This month's line up includes: Emily Perkins and the City Gallery Book Club, Alexander Maxwell's talk 'From Uniforms to Futurist Fashion', and the Black Panthers short documentary Off the Pig! (1968). Plus a last chance to see the current exhibitions after dark.
From 5pm Exhibitions open. Supper treats from La Boca Loca/Boquita. Cash bar. DJ Kedron plays songs for Never Never Land.
6pm Black Panthers short documentary Off the Pig! (1968).
6.30pm Alexander Maxwell, costume historian at Victoria University, presents a short illustrated talk, 'From Uniforms to Futurist Fashion'.
7pm Exhibition tour of Arwa Alneami: Never Never Land.
7.30pm Emily Perkins and City Gallery Book Club guests—writer Lynda Chanwai-Earle, cartoonist Dylan Horrocks, and journalist Donna Miles-Mojab—riff off the exhibition Iconography of Revolt with the reading list: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, Crudo: A Novel by Olivia Laing, and A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.
8.45pm Screening of SODA_JERK's TERROR NULLIUS (2018, R13), a 'dazzling, kinetic, mishmashed beast of an Australian film' (The Guardian).
8.45pm Exhibition tour of Iconography of Revolt.